Is the use of frimeforc in the development of a single-paged PHP?
I recently learned PHP. There's an order for the Landing.
Would it be prudent to use a frimevore like Yii or Symfony?
Or everyone's writing peacefully on a regular PHP.
It depends on the tasks that you want to do on the side of the back. You've probably had enough of the Freamworth. I've been working with Yii and I know there's already a lot of Halperes that can shape beautiful dates, sums and stuff. Also, there is a protection function from csrf and injections.
I don't see anything wrong with the one-paged one-page use of a fraimvor to save time for design and testing. At least you won't spend time setting up the basic structure, filters and data collectors.
If a sql sample is used, resources can be saved easily and quickly.
However, there's no point in using a frimetre if you only write on the server side to do anything else.